Hotel Camino Real

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KM 9 5 CARRETERA NORTE, Managua, Nicaragua
50-526-31381
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Not the real Nicaragua, but an oasis of luxury, priced right

A traveler

Travelocity.com

After staying in small rooms in crowded villages all over Nicaragua, we caught a $15 cab from Managua to the Camino Real for our last day and night, relaxing by the pool, with a large sunlit room, sumptuous breakfast buffet, and a free shuttle to ...Read more
We had a very nice stay at this hotel, very close to the airport.

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The hotel is close to the airport, the room was clean, we had a great massage and the food was excellent, a buffet breakfast was included with our hotel. The wedding we attended was at the hotel, we would come here again!
An Oasis

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Camino Real was our home away from home during our 18-day trip to Nicaragua. We stayed there 4 different times, and it was basically very nice. Really convenient to the airport, lovely secluded grounds, good rooms, terrific breakfast. A few caveats: ...Read more
A great stay!

A traveler

Travelocity.com

This hotel exceeded expectations. The room was a nicely furnished place to rest. Air-conditioning was superb, water was hot when needed, grounds were immaculate, and the overall ambiance was calm and soothing. The food was fine, and the breakfast ...Read more
Excellent hotel, professional, friendly staff

A traveler

Travelocity.com

I've stayed at the Camino Real for business and vacation, since the mid 1990s, as well as other hotels in MGA. It's an excellent choice for business or family travel. Pool meal/drink service is best on weekends, but not exceptional weekdays. Very ...Read more


Bad Business Ethics

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The staff quoted my wife one price (she's Latin) and when I walked in the door the price suddenly jumped by several dollars. Pretty place, but questionable pricing/discount strategies and in a very rough part of Managua.